Along Comes Mary

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"Along Comes Mary"
Single by The Association
from the album And Then... Along Comes the Association
B-side "Your Own Love" (Alexander/Yester)
Released 1966
Format 7" single
Genre Beat, Baroque Pop
Length 2:45
Label Valiant Records 741
Writer(s) Tandyn Almer
Producer(s) Curt Boettcher[1]
The Association singles chronology
"One Too Many Mornings"
(1966)
"Along Comes Mary"
(1966)
"Cherish"
(1966)
"Along Comes Mary"
Single by The Bloodhound Gang
from the album Hooray for Boobies
Released 1997
Format CD, 12"
Recorded 1997
Genre Punk rock, alternative rock
Length 3:20
Label Jimmy Franks Recording Company
Geffen Records
Writer(s) Tandyn Almer (lyrics), Jimmy Pop (music)
Producer(s) Jimmy Pop
The Bloodhound Gang singles chronology
"Your Only Friends Are Make Believe"
(1996)
"Along Comes Mary"
(1997)
"The Bad Touch"
(1997)

"Along Comes Mary" is a song composed by Tandyn Almer, originally recorded in 1966 by The Association,[2] and released on their debut album And Then... Along Comes the Association. It was their first hit and reached number seven on the U.S. charts. "Mary" in the song's title subtly refers to marijuana.[3]

It has been covered by several artists, most notably The Bloodhound Gang.

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Uses in popular culture[edit]

The Association's version appears in the 2011 movie That's What I Am.

See also[edit]

List of recordings of songs Hal Blaine has played on

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